There'll always be a...

There'll always be an England (April23rd)

There'll always be an England (April23rd)
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Leo (Jul 23-Aug 22)
English. OK? Not Brit.

Not that it matters too much, but I hate being bracketted with folk whose history doesn't include Agincourt or the Armada.
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Adequate but not excessive.
White (what there is of it)
Fashion is a substitute for discrimination.
You joke!
Sort of pinkish-grey, but browner in summer.
Somewhere in the middle on the L/R axis and down in the permissive on the other.
I don't usually worry about which point of the compass I'm facing, but I prefer a partner of the other sex.
1 adult.
One well-used male person. Free to good home. House-trained, on the whole. Can bite if severely provoked.


Almost any except Archer and gloomy Russians. Add to that except list Salman Rushdie. I thought it was about time I found out what all the fuss was about, so I read a couple of his works. I shan't bother again.
Don't need one. No gun.
Independent. Observer. Sometimes Grauniad or FT
Does he/she? Dandy & Beano
No such word in English. They're films or flicks. Don't watch them since "Jungle Book" with offspring, though did watch a good Laurel & Hardy video a couple of weeks ago.
News, sometimes. Why no "Radio" slot? "I'm Sorry, I Haven't a Clue".
Do they make them any more?
Classical to early romantic. Modern jazz. 50s and early 60s r & b/r & r. Ragtime. Opera (only if Mozart)
Rubber. da Vinci.; Raphael; Rubens; Michelangelo; Vermeer, Rembrandt; Van Gogh; beryl Cook.
To watch only: football.
Man U and, since my grandad used to take me to Burnden Park, Bolton Wanderers
England, Wales, Ireland, France, Italy, Greece. Scotland once only.
Lots, so long as it's real.